RT-BioS 2010 : Real Time Biometric Solutions for Networked Society
Call For Papers
Biometric systems are considered as essential human pattern recognition systems that make individuals identification by determining the authenticity of specific measurable physiological or behavioral characteristics possessed by individuals. Biometric technologies are thus defined as the “automated methods of identifying or authenticating the identity of a living person based on a physiological or behavioral characteristic”. In today’s networked society seeks secured environment that brings security in fully automated airport entrance, ATM machines, high alert zones, border control, hospital management, online banking transaction, prevention of historical documents, computer login and criminal investigation departments. Identification and verification of individuals through biometric automated system can be one of the solutions to these problems. Biometrics technology is used in real time environment that addresses these security issues. For person identification and authentication, various physiological and behavioral characteristics are used such as face, fingerprint, voice, signature, iris, palmprint and hand geometry, ear, etc. Sometimes, biometric itself not able to meet these criteria on security issues along. To strengthen security using biometrics traits, various cryptography techniques are also embedded with biometrics.
The special session will serve as a platform to cover the advanced aspects and approaches of biometric technologies in networked society for real time environments.
Topics of interest
Original and unpublished high quality research papers are solicited from the authors on advanced topics of biometrics. The topics include but are not limited to:
- Face, finger, ear, eye, iris, retina, vein pattern, palm, gait, foot, exotic
- Biometric template update, feature extraction, matching
- Biometric cues and performance measurements
- Multibiometrics fusion
- Biometric architectures for evidence integration
- Fusion based verification and identification techniques
- Data normalization techniques in fusion techniques
- Multi-classifiers fusion and score weighting schemes in biometrics
- Machine vision and soft computing techniques in biometrics fusion
- Biometrics database indexing and searching techniques
- Online and offline biometric systems
- Performance modeling and resource computation in biometrics systems
- Security and reliability assessment for multi-biometrics systems
- Biometrics and Cryptography
Submission of Special Session Papers
Authors are invited to submit their paper in Springer format (submitted paper should not exceed 6 pages including illustrations, results, references) format as an attachment (PDF or DOC format) by email to the special session chair at: email@example.com / firstname.lastname@example.org.
Authors should format the papers according to the Springer template. The style files and templates are available for users of LaTeX and Microsoft Word at the conference website:
Authors of accepted papers will be expected to present their work at the special session. All attendees must register for the NDT 2010 conference.
Questions about submissions or any other issues must be directed to email@example.com / firstname.lastname@example.org.
Manuscripts will be reviewed by Technical Programme Committee. All submissions will be reviewed on the basis of relevance, originality, significance, soundness and clarity. At least two referees will review each paper proposal submission under a double-blind peer-review process. The author(s) name(s) and address(es) must NOT appear in the body of the paper, and self-reference should be in the third person. This is to facilitate the doubly-blind review.
Accepted papers will be published in the conference proceedings with the regular papers published by Springer LNCS/CCIS. Proceedings will be distributed during the conference.
Paper Submission Deadline: March 05, 2010 (Extended Deadline)
Author Notification : March 31, 2010
Camera Ready Paper Submission Deadline: April 20, 2010
Conference Date: July 7–9, 2010